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Enjoy Three Read Alouds from Mrs. dos Santos

Enjoy three new read aloud and felt story movies with Mrs. dos Santos below: Watch “Should I Share My Ice Cream?” here. Watch “Spring Green” Flannelboard Story here.   Watch “The Big Green Pocketbook” here.
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Storytime with Mrs. dos Santos

Enjoy a series of new felt stories and read alouds with Mrs. dos Santos this morning! Watch “Baby Bird Cut and Tell” here. Watch the “The Rainbow House” here.   Watch “Fortunately,” by Remy Charlip and Monster Board here.
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Three New “Read Alouds” with Mrs. dos Santos

Join Mrs. dos Santos this week for three new read alouds! “Mouse in the House & Moonbear’s Pet,” by Frank Asch can be viewed here. https://vimeo.com/416367773 “Mouse in the House and Flora’s Blanket,” by Deb Gliori can be viewed here. https://vimeo.com/416375764 “Papa and the Kite” can be viewed here. https://vimeo.com/416381064
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Happy Mother’s Day from Mrs. dos Santos

Happy Mother’s Day to all of our SFX School Moms! We love you! Enjoy this video together from Mrs. dos Santos.  
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Read Alouds with Mrs. dos Santos

Mrs. dos Santos also invites you to watch two read alouds with her today! Join Mrs. dos Santos for a felt story entitled “Lion’s Haircut” here. Join Mrs. dos Santos for a read aloud of “Hare and Tortoise Race to the Moon,” by Oliver J. Corwin here. Enjoy!
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Enjoy two read-alouds with Mrs. dos Santos

Enjoy this prop story, “Houses,” with Mrs. dos Santos! Enjoy this read aloud of “Hatch, Egg, Hatch” with Mrs. dos Santos!    
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Mouse in the House Series

We have enjoyed Mrs. dos Santos’ “Mouse in the House” felt story read-aloud updates over these past weeks. Be sure to check out the following Vimeo links if you have missed any “episodes!” Watch Mouse in the House – Week One here Watch Mouse in the House – Week Two here Watch Mouse in the House – Week Three here Watch Mouse in the House – Week Four here
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“Snail Crossing” by Corey R Tabor

Join Mrs. dos Santos for a read aloud of “Snail Crossing” by Corey R Tabor here!
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“Mouse in the House” Week 4

Join Mrs. dos Santos for a felt story read aloud of “Mouse in the House” Week 4 here!
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Week of the Young Child

Miss Butterworth invites all Early Childhood families to explore resources prepared in honor of the Week of the Young Child on this page of the St. Joseph School website. This National Association for Education of Young Children’s (NAEYC) event celebrates young children and the importance of Early Childhood education.
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Join Mrs. dos Santos for a Puppet Show

Mrs. dos Santos performs a puppet show called “Pickles at Easter” here.  
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Join Miss Butterworth for a Few Read-Alouds

Join Miss Butterworth for a read-aloud of “Sammy the Seal” here!   Join Miss Butterworth for a read-aloud of “Ten Apples Up on Top” here!
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A Song from Mr. Pancratz

Enjoy a performance of the song “Give it Away” here by Mr. Pancratz!
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Pete the Cat Read-Aloud

Join Miss Butterworth for a read-aloud of “Pete the Cat” here!
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Read Aloud with Miss Butterworth

Enjoy this read-aloud of “Chicka Chicka Boom Boom” with Miss Butterworth!
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Kindergarten E-learning Day 4: Thursday, March 19th

Dear Parents, We know you are receiving an abundance of resources in addition to what we’re providing. Our objective is not to overwhelm you but to share enriching options to help fill your day. If you are struggling to find time to complete all of the activities listed on Seesaw, please note that reading, writing, math, and prayer time should be done daily. The other activities can be completed as you see fit.
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Kindergarten E-Learning Day 3: Wednesday, March 18th

  Dear Parents, Tips for At-Home Learning: Timer: Setting a visual timer helps kiddos of all ages to understand how much time is left during an activity. It helps them to stay on task and stay motivated! If you don’t have a visual timer for your child to use, you can download a version of our time timer from the App Store called Visual Timer. It looks just like the Time Timer we use at school! Music: To ke
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Kindergarten E-Learning Day 2: March 17, 2020

Parents/caregivers/kiddos – you did it! Day 1 of E-Learning is in the books and we couldn’t be more proud of the enthusiasm and effort put forth by each and every one of you! Sending a huge thanks to all of the families that got registered and rolling on our See Saw learning platform. It truly made our days to see your kiddos putting in lots of hard work at home! We could see and feel the pride coming fro
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Kindergarten E-Learning Day 1: March 16, 2020

Hello all! Each day, you will receive a detailed post, on our blog and SeeSaw, explaining our E-Learning plans for the day. Some family homework is to get signed up on See Saw using the QR code page that was sent home in your child’s folder on Friday. Once logged on, check out our “What I’m Reading” post. You and your child can respond to this post by adding a photo of your child reading, a ph
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February 27th Parent Update

FOR YOUR CALENDAR: PLEASE NOTE:  Kindergarten dismissal will begin at 11:40 next Thursday and Friday, March 5th and 6th! Monday,  March 2:  8th grade pizza day Tuesday, March 3:  Mrs. McIntyre’s Kindergarten Mass at 10:00 in the church Thursday, March 5:  11:40 dismissal for kindergarten and Parent/Teacher conferences Friday, March 6:  11:40 dismissal for kindergarten and Parent/Teacher conferences Sunday, Marc
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Kindergarten Blog 2/17

What a busy week! Even though it was only four days we packed in plenty of learning fun. During math, we have moved on to our second math books! We have many math vocabulary words that we have perfected this past week; circle, square, cube, hexagon, triangle, and cone. Our number sense has grown as our sets objects are moving beyond 10! Our Reading Muscles were sore this week as we looked towards the ends of words as
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February 11th Update

Important Dates: 2/14 – Valentine’s Day (please see below for details) 2/17 – NO SCHOOL  (Presidents Day) 2/19 – February Birthday Dress Down Day VALENTINES DAY INFORMATION: Valentines Day is this Friday, February 14th, and the students will exchange valentines.  Children are permitted to attach non-food items only to their cards, such as small erasers or toys.  IMPORTANT:  Please do not send
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Weekly Update – 1/27-1/31

Important Dates: 1/26 – Launch of Catholic Schools Week (please see NewsBlast for dress-down schedule) 1/30 @7PM – SFX Talent Show 2/3 – 8th Grade Pizza Day 2/4 @10AM – Miss Lavelle’s Kindergarten Mass 2/5 – 100th Day of School Celebration (see below for details) 2/7 – NO SCHOOL (Teacher Professional Development) A Week in Review: Reading Workshop:   This past week our reader
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January 16 Parent Update

FOR YOUR CALENDAR: Monday, January 20th – No School (Martin Luther King Day) Wednesday, January 22nd – Birthday Dress Down Day Sunday, January 26th – Catholic School Week begins Thursday, January 30th – SFX Talent Show at 7:00 pm in the gym Monday, February 3rd – 8th grade pizza day Tuesday, February 4th – Miss Lavelle’s kindergarten leads school mass Friday, February 7th 
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Intramural Basketball

Thank you to the many parents who have registered their K-3 students for the upcoming season of Intramural Basketball in the St. Joseph Gym. Online registration is now closed. However, parents still interested in late sign ups are invited to email Mike LaRaviere at mlaraviere@gmail.com. While only one spot remains in our K-1 Girls session, we seek additional registrations for our 2nd-3rd Grade Girls program. Boys ses
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